Stephen King, watch out, there is a new kid in town! Jonathan Maberry is every bit as twisted and dark as Stephen King has ever been. Great read! I prefer large print, but this was so good, I didn't mind reading it in regular print.
While this trilogy (this is volume one) has some original ideas and a sympathetic cast, it was rife with continuity errors that drove me up the wall. It probably wouldn't have been noticeable reading them spaced out on their publication schedule, but all in a row they were glaring. It was also overlong for the story told. Maberry has tightened up as a writer since. Still entertaining, but not the quickest read for something that is essentially pulp.
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